In Antigua, same-sex sexual activity carries a penalty of up to 15 years in prison. Same-sex marriage is also illegal, and there are no laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
In Dominica, same-sex sexual activity is also illegal and carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison. Same-sex marriages are also illegal on the island, and there are no laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
In St. Maarten, a constituent country of the Netherlands, performing same-sex marriages on the island is illegal, and it is prohibited to change one’s legal gender.
“I know how much the thin blue line patch means to the members of the Calgary Police Service and their families,” said Chief Constable Mark Neufeld, “while I understand there has been valid community concern over the use of the patch and its roots in colonialism and its more recent co-opting by White Supremacy organizations, I can confidently say that not a single member who put that patch on their uniform meant anything other than to show pride in their profession, and to honour the fallen.”
On Monday, the president finally deemed it appropriate to answer some questions from the media.
After all, there is a major war taking place in Europe, so maybe the commander in chief should, say, tell the world what he meant when he said Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”
And America’s going down the tube at the fastest pace in decades, so maybe the top elected official in the nation should, you know, explain how he’s going to get a grip on inflation and open up supply chains.
And crime is exploding in U.S. cities — run by liberals — so maybe, just maybe, the titular head of the Democratic Party that wants to defund police should tell us what he meant when he said he didn’t want to defund police.
A King County agency hosted a radical seminar that claimed dieting and traditional concepts of health are racist. But it was the rules for who could attend that were racist: it purposefully excluded white people.
In fact, when a white person showed up, he was banned from the meeting. And county officials tried to cover this controversy up.
The King County Department of Human Resources announced the remote workshop, “Anti-Blackness and Diet Culture,” in an all-staff email newsletter. It was part of the county’s Balanced You program, which focuses on staff wellness. Tacoma-based Liberating Jasper, which conducted the workshop, claims dieting is harmful to black people, and that “Western ideals of attractiveness and health are steeped in whiteness.” It even implies that obesity can be healthy.
Despite claims to the contrary, the workshop intentionally excluded white people. Indeed, the event was promoted both publicly and privately for “BIPOC employees only.”
The time has come for world governments to unite as one and tackle global problems such as climate change, trade, and economic disruption without hinderance or delay, World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab announced Wednesday.
The unelected globalist issued his demand during a keynote speech on the opening day of the World Government Summit (WGS2022) in Dubai, saying the world can only be improved by more government cooperation at more levels.
Are you a White woman racked with racial guilt and too much disposable income? Fret not. For a cool $2,500, you can enlist the services of something called Race2Dinner, whose helpful grifters employees will come to your house, eat your food, and tell you how racist you are.
No, this isn’t a story out of The Babylon Bee. It is indeed a real thing.
“Race2Dinner experiences include two hours with Regina Jackson and Saira Rao for 8 white women,” the business’ website states. “Participants also receive pre-dinner support and post-dinner consulting with our Resident White Woman, Lisa Bond.”
Dinner attendees can expect to be asked questions such as, “What was a racist thing you did recently?”
One of the goals is to get White people to understand that “as a white person in America, you are an active participant in upholding white supremacy.”
Until wokeness overtook it, Disney could be counted on for safely age-appropriate entertainment. But why should parents continue to trust a company that is putting this kind of brainwashing into children’s entertainment? Why should kids be getting any sort of gender-identity lesson in school or at a theme park?
A Durham Regional Police officer is facing multiple disciplinary charges after she posted a video online praising members of the “Freedom Convoy 2022.”
On January 24, Const. Erin Howard took to Twitter to shout out all the truckers involved in the anti-COVID-19 vaccine mandate protest.
“I think what you guys are doing is incredible. You’re fighting for our rights and freedoms, and right now, it feels like we’re a little bit at war, and it feels like those rights and freedoms are at stake,” Howard says in the video.
“You guys are honestly true heroes. What you’re doing is just incredible.”
Howard claimed she would travel to Ottawa to show support for the convoy and its members. Durham Regional Police issued a statement shortly after confirming that investigators were looking into Howard’s video.
A gunman suspected of killing two homeless men and wounding others in two East Coast cities in March would have been in prison at the time of the shootings if not for the work of one progressive Virginia prosecutor.
The office of Fairfax County commonwealth’s attorney Steve Descano (D.) in December 2020 charged the shooter, Gerald Brevard III, with three felonies related to his attempt to abduct a hotel housekeeper and later break into a nearby apartment. The felonies—abduction with attempt to defile, burglary, and possession of burglarious tools—together would carry a minimum of 26 years in prison and up to a life sentence.